Billings C'mon Inn Hotel
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... idea of what we do/don't like...so far I don't like anything as much as what we've got...this is going to be a loooonngg process!
Tuesday evening we picked up Trey and took him out to the Japanese Steak House for dinner - first time we've seen him in 4 or 5 years - it was a great dinner, and good visit with him (he just celebrated his 20th birthday!), and afterwards, we got to meet his girlfriend, Morgan, who worked right next door at an Italian restaurant.
... bottles with ice water. We rested inside where it was cool, visiting with a couple who live a bit past Billings. He works in the oil fields in Fairview, on the N. Dakota border, and where we’ve decided to end our ride this year. We asked what winters were like in this area, and they said that it’s generally mild in Nov-Dec, with snows in the later winter, but always quite a bit ...
... little stream.
Soon after that, I arrived at Vaclav's house in Billings. Vaclav is another kind Couchsurfing host. He lives with Nikita (the little Golden Retriever on the right), Asta (the pale Shepherd on this side of the pack), and Asta's three 7-mos-old daughters. Vaclav kindly took us all up to the Pictograph ...
... Tribes that fought there. How many countries are willing to wrestle with issues like that and make room for both sides? Yay us! (Yay U.S.!)
The main memorial for the US troops rests on the site where their remains are located. Markers throughout the park indicate where the soldiers (and braves) died. Custer’s body was later exhumed and moved to West Point in New York. There is also a memorial for the ...
... from the top of pompy's pillar!!! We returned to the Rv, and took the dogs down to the creek behind the campground, then we found a path that led to the Yellowstone river!!, it was such a stunning sight!!, a huge wall of rim rock rose above the river on the opposite side!! Incredible. Almost lost Sally dog as she jumped in for a swim, shayla grabbed her before she headed downstream!! Great day!! On to Custer, South Dakota ...